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WOW How Time Flies!!! FREE SVG files!!!

Free SVG Files

Before I explain where I have been I want to share my newest newsletter with you. In my newsletter I am giving away 3 FREE SVG files. Here is the link  ENJOY!!

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Okay now for the part about "How Time Flies"

Since Christmas I have had several things happen.
My computer decided not to work not once but twice. I hate that, don't you?
I helped my parents move and went on vacation for a couple of weeks. I needed that!
My husband once again was laid off. This economy really sucks!!
We decided to sell our home but first we had some remodeling projects that had to be finished up so we have been busy with that. We hope to be done here in a couple of weeks. Praying that it sells fast!
Other than that it's just been everyday life keeping me extremely busy.
Oh yay I forgot to mention that all of my craft supplies are boxed up for now until we can sell the house and get into a new one. So I won't be posting any cards or anything that I have made for a while. That makes me sad.

Anyhow that is about it for now. Enjoy your freebies, and thanks for reading my ramblings. :)


How Time Flies Birthday Card

This birthday card is for my brother and I call it the "How Time Flies" card. I hope you like it.

Products Used
I used one of my svg's CLICK HERE
Hot Off The Press 3-D Papier Tole Die-Cuts: Steampunk
 (air ballon and winged clock at the top)


Christmas Card for my Grandson & Possible Free SVG

I just love this picture!! It looks like Grandpa and Grandma snow can't remember where I found this picture so I can't give credit where it is due. So sorry!  
My grandson is 15 yrs old so I am thinking he will like this card. 

I designed the base of the card with scalloped edges as an SVG and will be giving it away for free in my next newsletter (12/10/12). So if you want it just subscribe to my newsletter which goes out 2 times a week and always with a freebie or two or three. :)

Ok well that is all for today! I love to read your comments so please let me know what you think about my card. Thank you! Have a Blessed Day!!



FREE SVG and Christmas Cards

One of these card base svg's will be FREE in my next newsletter going out Thursday 12/6/2012. I only give away free svg's in my newsletter so if you would like 2 to 5 free svg's a week then please subscribe to my newsletter. Thank you!!

So I finally finished the last of my Christmas cards. I only made 8 this year for my immediate family. A few months ago I bought some sheets that had 3-D pictures on them that you have to assemble. Each card has one of those 3-D pictures on it. For the base of my cards I used svg's that I created and are available at my website. I hope you like these!!

CLICK HERE to get the SVG for the base of this card.

CLICK HERE to get the SVG for the base of this card.

CLICK HERE to get the SVG for the base of this card.

CLICK HERE to get the SVG for the base of this card.
This one will be FREE in my next newsletter (12/6/12)!

CLICK HERE to get the SVG for the base of this card.

CLICK HERE to get the SVG for the base of this card.


SVG's and 2 More Cards

I couldn't sleep last night so I made some cards using 2 of my svg files from my

This first card is for my moms birthday. I was inspired by a challenge I am in over at "The Outlawz". I joined their "Monday Greeting Card Challenge" and this weeks theme was "Birds". I just so happened to have some 3-D Paper sheets with birds on them. The card is actually yellow but my camera didn't do a very good  job at showing the colors very well. 

You can get this svg HERE.

I made this Christmas card for my parents. Again I used some 3-D Paper. 

You can get the svg file for this card HERE

 I hope you enjoyed my cards and thanks for taking a peek!


SVG Let It Snow Snowflake Card

I entered another challenge today over at The theme is "Snowflakes" so I used one of my svg files to make this card.

SVG file is HERE.

Instructions: I cut out the svg card and used white glitter paper for the background and then put pearl sticker on as embellishments. 

Here is the card. What do you think?


Christmas Card with Pop Out Christmas Tree - SVG

I am just now starting to actually make my Christmas cards. I have made a bunch of svg's so now it is time to put them to good use. You can find the svg for this card over HERE

I entered this card into 2 Challenges. 

The first challenge is over at "The Outlawz"The theme was "anything goes" so I did a Christmas card since I am trying to get some done up real quick. 

The second challenge is over at Ecletic Ellapu. I received a personal invite to this one and was thrilled to enter their challenge.

Please check out both sites. They are awesome!!!

Instructions: I found the instructions for this card HERE

I then designed my own version of the tree and cut it on my cutting machine then embellished with colored decorations. For the outside I used Christmas Cottages 3-D Pyramid from Paper Pizazz. I hope you like it! 

Card I Made

Yes I know it's been a while since I uploaded any cards I have made. However I am excited to announce that I entered my very first challenge today over at The Outlawz. I might not win but at least I entered and I plan to enter more. The theme was "Orange" with a sentiment.

The svg file for the base of this card is HERE.
I cut the base and the matching topper with my cutting machine.
Then I inked the base with orange Pigment Ink.
Added ribbon to the topper.
I then used 3D stickers and a sentiment sticker to embellish.

So here is the card I made. I hope you like it.


More SVG's

I just added another 16 more Card svg files to my website. Check them out HERE.
If you are looking for free svg's then please subscribe to my newsletter. You will also find a freebie on my home page HERE. Enjoy!

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